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ASRock > XFire-eSATA2
Although four SATA cables may be standard by other manufacturers, past ASRock motherboards have only included one or two cables and being greeted by four with this motherboard was greatly welcomed. Consider this board only if you’re on a tight budget and if you’re not going to be using a lot of expansion cards and USB devices.
Unlike Tyan and a portion of other motherboard manufacturers who do not seek to personalize their packaging but rather uses a generic design and simply slaps on a SKU sticker, ASRock’s XFire-eSATA2 packaging came in a simple green container and on its various sides were a fair amount of information pertaining to the product.
Would you buy this? Likewise, ASRock has never been a big contributor of accessories so they may have finally decided to change around their assortment. This is good news for newer power supplies as it means you won’t have to purchase a pin adapter cable.
Today we have to offer you the world’s first complete look at this new motherboard only here at Phoronix. The board’s layout is a little perplexing.
In 3DMark06, the GT-based card scoredwhich indicates reliability. Page 1 of Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more. In WorldBench 6, the board recorded a score of 78, which is exactly what we were expecting, while 53min worth of WAV files took 1min 48sec to asrkck using Cdex.
All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. Even though this board is inexpensive and has two eSATA ports, it’s still quite limited. We only had to install our graphics card driver in order to get our system fully functional. Phoronix Test Suite OpenBenchmarking.
ASRock > ALiveDual-eSATA2
ASRock 939SLI32-eSATA2: ULi Dual x16 SLI
This indicates that the board isn’t holding back the CPU at all. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected.
Written by Michael Larabel in Motherboards on 26 January